Sunday, January 15, 2006

Bitches, Pinks and Weres... oh my!

*sigh* As a Creative, do you ever feel like River Tam?? A victim of your own mind and the malice within? "Bullet in the brainpan. Squish..." Yeah, I feel like that a bit lately. Writing, stories, images -- I can't stop the dark floodtide since Sariah opened those damn gates...

The Den undulated in an orgy of churning flesh. Furniture, floor, doorjambs; all supported Weres and Pinks coupled in throes of erotic agony. Or bliss. Furred hides gave purchase in which pink fingers tangled, and fleshy bottoms clenched or spread, rose or fell in an animalistic abandon.

At one time, images like this would have never been allowed entrance, or entertainment, in my mind.

Oh my...

13 comments:

Candice Gilmer said...

YES I completely understand that whole River Tam thing --

Images, ideas spill about my idle brain, and i find myself grabbign anything I can find and scribbling down notes so I don't forget the nuances, so I can get home and write it down into something comprehendable..

My mind runs at ninety to nothin, making no sense, and full of everything.

Savannah Jordan said...

"Making no sense and full of everything," that's EXACTLY how I feel! *g* Glad I am not the only one. :)

Y said...

Oh my indeed! ;)

*raising my hand* I also know what you're talking about! I'm working on revisions this week so I'm trying to block everything else out at the moment. But I think I'll have to take a week to sort through the stuff spilling into my brain!

How's it going AE?

Cool excerpt BTW.

Michele said...

They'd probably weren't given "entrance" because there was no where to go. NOW, however, there's a way, and many places..like your soon-to-be ecstatic readers.

We'll all be "undulating in a orgy of churning readers" ....and we can't wait!!!

Strange visual, eh? Oh, not the reading, but "churning readers"...
OK, I'm strange. :)

Savannah Jordan said...

Hey, Y,

I'm so glad a Sister in the Written Dark joins here to comment! I'm in the midst of revision Sands... right now. I expect my revision schedule for the novel soon, as well. It is so difficult to focus on revising when new, tender flesh offers itself up wo willingly to be enscribed.

Hey, Michele!

'churning readers'... hmmm like a milling throng in a bookstore, eagerly awaiting my poisoned pen to touch upon their copies of my latest tome?? Yup. I like that images.

Weird's okay. I think we all are at times. Right?

Savannah Jordan said...

Please ignore all the friggin typos... *sigh*

Dennie McDonald said...

Hey ~ I have two stories I have been holding back on waiting on those revisions to come through and it's driving me nuts! (but they are sorta the sequals so it all goes together, but I hate when I get tye mental juices flowwing to have to staunche them for something else...)

glad to have a fellow Samhain-ian =)

Savannah Jordan said...

Dennie~ I am glad to know that I am not the only one waiting on revisions. *sigh* There's so much else that I could be writing... I have sequels planned to the one Samhain purchased, I have a sequel to one not published, and I have short stories by the dozen swamping my brain!!

Dennie McDonald said...

I got my cover art this morning - OMG it is soooo cool!

I think they are rushing mine through for some reason - but I aint complaining!

Savannah Jordan said...

AWESOME Dennie!! Yay! Happy Dance for Dennie

Bernita said...

Frenzied book buyer mob?
What a lovely, lovely thought!
Putting on edit hat here: Instead of "furred hides..., "Pink fingers tangled in furred hides???"
And do you need "in throes??"
Orgies! Orgies!
Nice visuals and frantics.

Savannah Jordan said...

Thanks for the comments, Bernita! I'll take the edit-hat recommendation into consideration.

Sorry if the dual blog thing is confusing to ya. *sigh* It just is so much nicer for me to give this side her own voice...

Bernita said...

I like this one.